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Earth Changes

In the first half, George Noory welcomed Charles Crismier, the founder of Save America Ministries, who shared his prophetic message of what he claims are the final moments of history, with forces facing off for global control of the planet.

In the latter half, Tori Hartman, a renowned psychic, author, and spiritual teacher discussed her near-death experience (NDE) about 25 years ago, and a subsequent series of encounters with angels, which revealed the profound fables that she uses in her Wisdom Oracle cards.

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Date: Saturday - May 12, 2012
Host: John B. Wells
Guests: Steve Quayle, Stan Deyo

Author and researcher, Steve Quayle, along with former FBI undercover agent, Stan Deyo, joined John B. Wells for four hours of discussion and dissection of current events, pending earth changes, the situation in Fukushima and hope for humanity.

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